choosing to name next generation terrestrial radio after the ever so popular HDTV
, it hasn't been widely accepted yet. The initial cost of HD radio
tuners has been a big reason and Radiosophy is hoping to change that at NAB, by introducing the first $99 HD Radio, which makes it half as much as the next cheapest model. Like most radios today, it has a few more tricks: it's an alarm clock, has an external antenna connection, as well as the latest must have for any device with speakers, a line input for your MP3 player. According to the release you have to act now to get the $99 price, as those who wait until after July 30th will have to pay $119.99.